Relate Well: Properly Relating to Your World and the People Most Important to You
Day by day this devotional will take you through the lives of some of the most prominent characters in Scripture with the intent of revealing how they navigated through the pitfalls inherent within relationships. It will also cover how they related to some of life's most difficult challenges. The lessons learned through their experience will help everyone discover the relationships we cannot afford to lose as well as help unearth the kind of people we need to become in order to preserve them.
Brett Fuller is the founding pastor of Grace Covenant Church, a multi-ethnic, multi-site, multi-generational church in Northern Virginia. He also oversees a church planted from his congregation in downtown Washington, D.C. Brett also serves on the Apostolic Council and North America Leadership Team of Every Nation, and as chaplain of the Washington Redskins. His experiences of racism growing up in the United States has made him intentional about unifying peoples of diverse backgrounds, bringing them closer to an image of heaven. In 2000, he initiated a bill in Congress to build a memorial honoring the African American slaves that helped build America. Though the bill was never passed, he still hopes to complete the mission. From 2007–2009, Brett served on President George W. Bush’s Advisory Board for Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He and his wife Cynthia have seven children.